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... preserve the environment newer farms with newer methods are thriving. These farms do not use powdered fertilizer and are perfecting crop rotation. They group plants that work well together to avoid soil mineral depletion. Many also use wind power. Large corporations such as Frontera are buying farms to plant organics for export to Asia. Science: Penguins gain 70% fat before a break from fishing when they molt their feathers. Sailors and farmers used to kill them and burn them ...
... and some unknown time to the Docklands. Freezing and my feet swimming away we finally decided to take the tram back to the city and then to the hostel. The firework wasn't worth the rain (and I actually don't know if they do the firework in the rain) we'll have one on New Year hopefully in Sydney ;) First thing I did when running through the hostel entrance was getting out of my shoes ;) Second was making a steaming hot cup of pomegranate & sallow thorn tea ...
... time and the point of this post isn't about my view on religion. I just found it interesting that even in the church, they're passing off the issues on to someone else by "sending their prayers". Don't ever let me use that phrase. It's insulting. It's not up to God, whatever your religious circumstances. You can't even use that as your defense. It's not an answer. In any circumstance, if YOU have the ability to help or improve the circumstance, fix the possible scenario ...
... and got onto our Le Truck for our 2 1/2 hr tour. It was fantastic. We drove right around the island, I bought a top, we had 5 stops along the way and once again, being on the left of the bus, I was able to get some amazing photos. The island was a base for American Troops in 1942 during the war. It is a very small island with a lot of history and it is a very close knit community as the islanders are mostly related in some way. Once again, the scenery was breathtaking, We got ...
... spent a day in the city, visiting the Immigration museum, Flinders street, the Etihad stadium and the Melbourne Star. We then got our beloved Costco lunch except they had no jacket potatoes. Winston took us to a big Aussie Footy game at the MCG between Richmond and Carlton. What a very odd and quite boring ...